The Grass is Blue
"It seems like bluegrass people have more great stories to tell than other musicians." - Dan Fogelberg
One of the purist of American art forms, bluegrass music was born in the Appalachians at the arrival of Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English immigrants in the 18th century. Now considered a sub-genre of country music, bluegrass evolved to include elements of jazz and African music and continues to grow as the Americana folk sound still appeals to new listeners today.
Explore our essentials list and discover great stories from where the grass is blue.